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Factors affecting ever-married men's contraceptive knowledge and use in Nigeria.
African men play important roles in the decisions about family life, including fertility and family planning. However, fertility and family planning research and programmes have ignored their rolesExpand
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Prevalence of and Factors Associated With Extramarital Sex Among Nigerian Men
This study used data on currently married and cohabiting men aged 15 to 64 years from the 2003 Nigeria Demographic and Health Survey to examine the prevalence of and factors associated withExpand
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Preventing malaria in pregnancy through community-directed interventions: evidence from Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria
BackgroundDespite massive anti-malaria campaigns across the subcontinent, effective access to intermittent preventive treatment (IPTp) and insecticide-treated nets (ITNs) among pregnant women remainExpand
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The West African Youth Initiative: promoting change in adolescent health through peer education.
This study evaluates the West African Youth Initiative (WAYI) Project in Nigeria and Ghana during June-September 1994. Data were obtained from a baseline survey among 8 project sites in NigeriaExpand
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Knowledge of possible pregnancy at first coitus: a study of in-school adolescents in Ibadan, Nigeria.
This paper discusses the reproductive health knowledge of Nigerian in-school adolescents, with special reference to pregnancy occurrence at first coitus. The data were derived from an Association forExpand
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The Ibadan Market Based Distribution Project: appraisal of the agent supervisory approach.
This study appraises the effectiveness of the Ibadan market-based distribution (IMBD) project in Ibadan Nigeria. The evaluation was conducted by 3 teams of facilitators in each of the 6 markets inExpand
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Relationship between Religion and Unintended Childbearing in Nigeria: A Cross-Regional Perspective
Context Childbearing remains a global public health issue, posing an enormous challenge to families, communities, governments, program managers, and researchers, especially in developing countries.Expand
Impact of peer education on the reproductive health of in- and out-of school youth in Ibadan: evaluation findings: 1995-1997.
This study evaluated the Reproductive Health Needs Project implemented in Yoruba city Oyo state Nigeria. The project aims to address the expressed needs of the community and provide peer educationExpand